Now think a bit of Moses. When he was young, he had a big dream ,namely he knew God had called him to help to rid people of Israel. He started great. He was enthusiastic and impassioned. But one day he was the witness to somebody maltreated with an israelitish. Being full of will to keep his promise, his mission, he went and killed the abuser. He made a big mistake. His heart was in the right place, but his actions were incorrect. Somebody saw the incident, so therefore Moses had to flee to save his life. Finally he got to an outlying part of the desert, where he spent 40 years. He missed the A plan, but the good news that God had a plan B. God has not said 'Good, you messed up this . That's it,I finished with you. " He did not say this to Moses, and nor does to you! If you go on in faith, God 's plan will overwrite the bad decisions.
Forty years later, when God saw the time has come for the salvatiom, he didn't start to search for a younger man,someone who has never made a mistake, and has an impeccable past. God went straight to Moses: "Moses, I haven't forgotten about you. The failures didn't void your mission. I'm ready for you. Now is your time. Go out and save my people. "
Maybe you've also committed mistakes or missed good opportunities. It seems the dream is dead and the promise won't come true. However, God says to you: "Get ready. As I did with Moses, I open a new door for you too. The fall,which wanted to destroy you , is the beginning of the new one. In the fall, which overshadowed your future, is not the end of the story. " This is a new day, get up and go forward to the victory that God has already prepared for you.